Category:American Trans Air

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American Trans Air was an American low-cost scheduled service and charter airline based in Indianapolis, Indiana. American Trans Air operated scheduled passenger flights throughout the US mainland and Hawaii and San Juan, Puerto Rico, as well as military and commercial charter flights around the world. The airline maintained focus cities at Chicago Midway International Airport, Honolulu International Airport, and Oakland International Airport. The company received its common-air carrier certificate in March 1981, after operation as Ambassadair travel club since 1973. Gradually American Trans Air was North America's largest charter airline, and until its shutdown transported more troops for the United States military than any other commercial airline. The similarity of the American Trans Air and AirTran Airways names to those of other airlines caused confusion among customers and the general public. The airline had been known informally as ATA from early in its history, and from the mid-1990s on had been advertised as such, so in 2002 the name of the holding company was changed to ATA Holdings Corp. In 2003, the name of the airline itself was changed to ATA Airlines.

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Pages in category "American Trans Air"

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